Asteroid Icarus to Skim Past Earth in Rare 'distant pass'
Icarus will not make a closer approach to the Earth until 2090.
by Loulla-Mae Eleftheriou-Smith
Lost Comet Lander Awakes, Sends 'hello' From Space
Re-establishing contact with Philae “allows us to do more science,” engineer says.
by Eliott C. McLaughlin, Dave Gilbert

The Fukushima Nightmare: WAY Beyond ANYTHING Anyone Prepared For
Fuel removal delayed by up to 3 more years.
by SGT Report
Elon Musk wants to put a million people on Mars
Musk says all this could happen within a century.
by Business Insider

Skynet? Hardly: Fall Of The Military Robots
The DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals.
New WIFI Systems Will Take The Police State To A New Level Tracking Your Every Move
Researchers continue to pursue invisible, pervasive ways to track human beings.
by Investment Watch

Dinosaur fossils preserve apparent red blood cells, collagen
Apparent red blood cells were found in a claw that may be from the forelimb of meat-eater Gorgosaurus.
by Will Dunham
Billionaire Warns Social Unrest to Escalate as Robots Fuel Mass Unemployment
“We’re in for a huge change in society,” says billionaire Johann Rupert.
by Thomas Mulier, Andrew Roberts

NASA releases mesmerizing VIDEO of Soyuz docking ISS
Researchers hope to better understand how the human body reacts and adapts to long-duration spaceflight.
Busting the Cancer Myth: It Isn’t Just a Disease of Old Age
The medical establishment will tell you that the rise in cancer rates is simply because we are living longer, and that the disease is related to old age. Funny how they will make up lies when they can’t readily explain why there has been a 3000% increase in cancers (as estimated by some) for all […]
by Christina Sarich

Uploading Human Brain for Eternal Life is Possible – Cambridge Neuroscientist
“People could probably live inside a machine. Potentially, I think it is definitely a possibility.”
Magnitude 5.5 Quake Rattles Tokyo, Temporarily Halts Rail & Air Transport
Epicenter of the tremor placed at 56 kilometres below ground of the northern part of Saitama prefecture.
by Vittorio Hernandez

NASA's Hubble telescope discovered a massive 'Nasty 1′ star
The star is so weird that astronomers have nicknamed it “Nasty 1.”
Famed 'A Beautiful Mind' mathematician John Nash, wife, killed in N.J. Turnpike crash
Nash is regarded as one of the great mathematicians of the 20th century.
by Ted Sherman, Myles Ma

This guy's homemade hoverboard flight set a Guinness World Record
Video shows Catalin Alexandru Duru setting a Guinness World Record for longest hoverboard flight by traveling almost a thousand feet.
by Anthony Domanico
Brightest Galaxy in the Universe Found
Blazing more brightly than 300 trillion suns…
by Mike Wall